“It's almost like you've heard a bell ring or have been “contacted” and all of a sudden your whole being gets in sync with something. It's like jumping out of an airplane and now, there's another whole world that you're a part of. This is the divine," the Rev. Colleen Clabby explains.
As the time for the session wound down, there was still one runner with two laps remaining. At first, she was joined by one friend... Then the entire group, unprompted, rose to its feet and ran next to the remaining team member, cheering, supporting until they all finished together.
"I want people to take responsibility for developing their own insights," O'Beirne explains. "I want them to be very aware of their environment, to know what moss feels like, to know that some leaves feel like velvet and some are sticky, to see drops of dew that sparkle."
When I tell someone that our family lives in an Earthship, I generally get one of three reactions — confusion, excitement or a judgment of disdain because we must be idealistic hippies.We moved here last June, and I've been surprised that just about everyone has an opinion about how we are...
Like many people when they’re driving to the market or to pick up the kids, Courtney Biddle will click on the radio and hope for a good song.These days, Biddle will turn up the volume when she hears something folky — say The Civil Wars or Mumford and Sons.
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